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As much sun as possible though. It's a an lover
Think Fairygirl used her magic powers to bump up that thread
Gary if you have a leading shoot pinch it back a little. Lupins are difficult to pinch back from roots normally.
I agree if filled the pots I would pot on. And keep protected for few weeks yet.
Aeoniums tend to grow that way....leggy and dropping lower leaves, ESP over winter.
I take cuttings in early spring....taking top growth....and they root very quickly and help main plant become bushy
Most everything is pInched back for me. Off hand I can't think of any annual or perennial thaf doesn't benefit from being pinched back. As loNg as the plant is healthy and growing well
Cloudy misty morning. Warm though
Prob no gardening today.......mind you, if I make a start I'll do loads
Young lupins suffer badly if not fully hardened off. Lupins that have been established are as tough as old boots but plants bought this year or have been brought on in the GH need to avoid sharp frosts . So, best to keep imdoors at nights for few weeks yet
Where is Woody and Clueless? Miss their posts. Hope both are well
If only one choice it would have to be carrots. Eat them like sweets for the entire summer
Hello Mark.....it's not picea albertiana conica, is it? I wonder if it's a form of spider mite, picea mite. Bit early but if it was indoors before you bought it. Spraying with water is the solution to this. It's a regular problem in the summer for me but dampening works very well